Why are we vaccinating children against COVID-19?

Scientists are scratching their heads unable to understand why the Governments are pushing for child vaccinations. Research points to no such need. In fact given the low risk (close to 0%) of COVID mortality for children, benefit of vaccination is apriori negligible, and the only expectation is ADR/AEFI.

Highlights of the report
• Bulk of COVID-19 per capita deaths occur in elderly with high comorbidities.
• Per capita COVID-19 deaths are negligible in children.
• Clinical trials for these inoculations were very short-term.
• Clinical trials did not address long-term effects most relevant to children.
• High post-inoculation deaths reported in VAERS (very short-term).

NOTE: With regard to risks of vaccine, we may note mRNA are not rolled out in India, so those details don't apply to us. The fact that benefits of children vaccination are apriori negligible stands.

Link to the report that experts may review.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S221475002100161X more  

Agree. Research findings came so late! Shutting schools was done citing covid caused child mortality! What about that blunder? Blunder in the face of these research findings. For 2 years children were made to sit at home causing learning outcomes that will for years be adverse. A stitch in time would have saved 9! Poor were mostly the ones who suffered. Are we saving vaccines or children? Or simply following what becomes convenient. more  
We are actually fortunate that we are able to see some research get published and see the light of the day. A lot of research is being suppressed, and some of it is being retracted by the publishers after getting published under govt pressure - for example, Dr Peter McCullough's co-authored paper on Myocarditis based on an analysis of USA's VAERS data.

Israel's Vaccine committee member Prof Cyrille Cohen recently apologized to the people of Israel for wrecking children's education for no reason. Israel has now also done away with all societal restrictions. Many other countries are doing so.

Ultimately, every individual is responsible for himself and his dependents (children). We should be aware of the goings on and take the best decision we can. more  
Are there any such data for India? Haven't seen analysis like this in our media. more  
The highlights mentioned are common for entire world regardless of the vaccine. USA has VAERS system, so that could be analyzed specific to USA. India has no such transparent system, so this point we cannot say anything about India. Some people are assuming that no data means good news, while others are of the opinion no data means there is no evidence of safety. more  
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